By the time the sun had well set beyond the horizon, there was barely any room left in the Guam Greyhound Park for commuting audiences. The park was crowded well beyond its usual capacity, as three big names in the world of reggae music blew away the crowd. On Jan. 12, Rock Solid Productions hosted Music on the Rock, featuring J Boog, Fiji and Peetah Morgan. As the doors opened at 4 p.m., the crowd began to fill up the stadium. As the sun slowly set behind the horizon, the Guam Greyhound Park began to swell with people. Even parking became scarce, as the crowd started parking several hundred feet away from the concert grounds in the midst of traffic and confusion.
2013 kicks off in style when Budweiser, Docomo Pacific and Rock Solid Productions present “Music On The Rock” Saturday January 12th at the Guam Greyhound Park featuring Hawaii’s J-Boog and Fiji live in concert. The artist whose created sweet melodies such as “Let's Do It Again” and “Sunshine Girl” is excited to finally play for the people of Guam, “I love traveling and sharing our music especially when it’s in front of a crowd of island people swaying to the vibe…We’re coming for you, Guam!” Opening for him is an artist whom many proclaim as one of the godfathers of Island music, Fiji. His familiar voice and lyrics have captivated fans of all generations and he makes his way back to Guam since a concert 6 years ago for the MWR at Polaris Point.